SUNGURA giant Alick Macheso has fired senior member and one of his trusted lieutenants, Donald Gogo over indiscipline, H-Metro can reveal.

Gogo was shown the exit along with rhythmist Tafirei Nyamunda and dancer Forward Antonio.

Macheso’s communications and public relations manager Tich Makahamadze confirmed the development.

“It’s true we have fired Donny (Donald Gogo), Taffy Nyamunda and Forward Antonio,” said Makahamadze.

“Their dismissal has been

Former Miss Zimbabwe, Annie Grace Mutambu says she has been left shocked after she was hit by fake news. She was said to have been arrested in the UK on drug charges. The fake site also targeted comedian Anne Kansiime and Miss Botswana with the same story.

“Everything in this article is false.For the record I have no police record, I have never supported nor have I ever been involved in drug smuggling. I haven’t been to the U.K and it’s one of the places I would love to

Two pupils from a high school in Bulawayo were caught red-handed by one of their teachers having se_x in a bushy area behind the school. The teacher was attracted by their moans. The boy is a form four aged 17 while the girl is 14, and in form two. Following their busting while exchanging more than academic information, the teenagers revealed that they had been in love for almost a year.

Circumstances of the pupils’ bush se_x romp are that on 24 January the two love birds left home for

A 49-year-old man who allegedly proposed love to his 15-year-old stepdaughter on Valentine’s Day before engaging in se_x with her yesterday appeared in court.

The man appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Victoria Mashamba facing charges of having sex with a minor.

He was remanded to March 9.

Prosecutor Mr Sebastian Mutizirwa alleged that on Valentine’s Day this year, at around 8pm, the man was accompanied by his stepdaughter to OK supermarket in Mufakose, Harare.

They

Club Veritas owner has come out guns blazing at raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda over an unfulfilled show over the weekend. Bev failed to pitch up on the night after Boss Dhara had gone all the ground work for the event to be a success.

Reports reaching H-Metro are that the dancer was double booked on the same night and had to resort to another show at Chikwanha’s Ghetto Blues. However, when Boss Dhara tried to engage Bev over the issue her mobile phone was off and couldn’t be

The Sunday Mail Extra sent the following questions to Intratek Zimbabwe’s boss — Wicknell Chivayo — and here are his answers concerning progress on the Gwanda Solar Project.

Q: Has work started on the project? A: Contractually, we are at the stage known as pre-commencement works. This is the stage where incidental activities that are fore-runners to the actual work on the project are carried out.
These include inter alia:-
Feasibility studies and economic models to

VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday said those pushing for his presidency are “mad”, adding that Zanu PF will not only vote for ‘Father’ President Mugabe next year but will in fact “rule for ever”.

According to the state media, Mnangagwa said this after touring Mutare Prison Farm which grew maize under the Command Agriculture scheme.

“There are these mad young people who move around saying they want Cde Mnangagwa to be President and I

AS the Lazarus Magaya storm hit the public domain on Wednesday, the former Masvingo United coach was forced to skip class in shame at the ongoing CAF A course in Harare.One of the course’s instructors, Nelson Matongorere, warned the participants against sabotaging each other.

Magaya has been working here for the past eight months in which he has coached three teams and Malanti Chiefs co-director, Victor Rodriguez, appealed for psychological assistance to help the troubled coach.

ZIFA president, Philip Chiyangwa, could prove to be the kingmaker in the Confederations of African Football (Caf) elections after he gathered 24 African football association (FA) presidents and Fifa boss, Gianni Infantino in Harare, at a gathering which Caf presidential candidate, Ahmad, might have used to drum up support.

Ahmad will come up against Caf incumbent, Issa Hayatou in an election set for March 16 in Addis Abbaba, Ethiopia.
Chiyangwa is Ahmad’s election manager and has

A TRAFFIC traffic police officer was severely assaulted by a Rutenga businessman at a roadblock along the Masvingo-Beitbridge road after the cop had demanded a spot fine.

The police officer, aged 30, is now said to be nursing some injuries as a result of the assault.

Masvingo acting ZRP spokesperson, Assistant Inspector Kudakwashe Dhewa confirmed the incident and said the suspect was in police custody and would appear in court soon

The cop, identified as Advance Kaneta is attached to

EXCITING dancer and musician, Lady Storm, was caught up in a nasty brawl involving another woman outside a popular Harare bar on Wednesday night.The fracas occurred outside City Sports Bar during the Dancers’ Association Awards ceremony, which was taking place in the bar.

Information obtained by NewsDay is that Lady Storm and the woman were fighting over a man.

“The man’s wife came to the bar and met Lady Storm. The guy gave them space and said they should sort each

A MINOR is being tied, wrapped and left lying on the street as her mother hooks up with men for se_x in the Harare Avenues area, H-Metro has learnt.

Netsai Munyikwa, 30, of Bikita is in the habit of hooking up with several men for se_x in the company of her one year eight months old baby.

The baby is left in the care of an unnamed security guard during the night who in turn enjoys free se_x with Netsai.H-Metro tracked Netsai during the night and day and she disclosed how she is struggling

 In a stunning call that is set to tear the warring ruling Zanu PF further apart, Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Mandi Chimene says Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa should be arrested for allegedly inciting his Zanu PF supporters to engage in acts of treason.

At the same time, the Zanu PF women’s league renewed its calls yesterday for President Robert Mugabe to implement their resolution of having one of his current two deputies dropped to make way for a woman — in

EMBATTLED Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru, has reportedly suspended her party’s Bulawayo interim vice-chairperson, Albert Mhlanga, accusing him of sympathising with the seven recently axed founding members, who include Didymus Mutasa and Rugare Gumbo.

Mhlanga was allegedly suspended pending investigations during a ZimPF Bulawayo provincial executive council meeting chaired by interim provincial chair, Esinath Bulayani.

The alleged meeting was held at Samuel Sipepa

President Robert Mugabe unwittingly confirmed Zimbabwe’s worsening rot — which is widely blamed on him and his misfiring government — when he revealed during his annual birthday interview with the ZBC last week that even he kept money at home fearing bank failures.

Mugabe also hinted in that televised interview that Zimbabwe should adopt the South African Rand to mitigate the country’s severe liquidity and cash challenges.

But it was the nonagenarian’s rare

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